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Nuvi 200W: Widescreen navigation at an affordable price...

The Garmin Nuvi 200 widescreen boasts a crystal clear 4.3" touchscreen enabling you to clearly see your route without taking your eyes off the road. The Nuvi 200 enables you to choose between 2D and 3D mode and choose a range of fun pointers to represent your vehicle on the road. the 200W also enables you to choose your own Points of Interest, from school zones and hotels to safety cameras and petrol stations.

The slim Garmin Nuvi 200W is also slim enough for you to carry with you - while Bluetooth technology enables you to use the Nuvi 200W as a hands-free kit for your mobile phone.
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#1
I would rather have a similar spec tomtom.
#2
sicknote
I would rather have a similar spec tomtom.


why so ?
#3
ive got one of these its great ... but hasnt got bluetooth(i dont think) as stated ...
#4
got the nuvi 250 the other week frm amazon. Fantastic GPS, no problems as of yet. Would really recommend it!
#5
Had the 250widscreen with european mapping for six months or so. No problems, would highly recommend the unit.
#6
got the 200w, nice
btw pcworld/currys do this for £115 and they do 110% price match as well
#7
markchambers;2025413
ive got one of these its great ... but hasnt got bluetooth(i dont think) as stated ...


Corrected now.. thanks for pointing :)
#8
I have the 310 and it is nearly as good as my old Garmin street pilot i3, but not quite.,
#9
sicknote
I would rather have a similar spec tomtom.


I have had both tomtom and garmin systems and actually have both PocketPC programs on my HTC Kaiser - they both have strengths and weaknesses.

The TomTom has much better menus/software - very intuitiive (easier for novices).
The Garmin has more attractive and less error prone maps (better display of maps).

Voted hot but you pays your money and you take your choice.
#10
does it have sirtIIIstar chipset, my pal has garmin 310 and it takes quite a while for his unit to get sat signals etc and dynamic routing is not that good as well...can any one highlight this...
#11
This was the same price a few weeks ago and I got mine from Dixons online + Quidco @ 3% (every little helps). Still the same price at Dixons!

No problems with the unit, excellent for the price. Never taken me the wrong way and easy to read. Recommended
#12
Nice satnav & price - thanks.
#13
sach1636
does it have sirtIIIstar chipset, my pal has garmin 310 and it takes quite a while for his unit to get sat signals etc and dynamic routing is not that good as well...can any one highlight this...


The 310 and 200W both have the SIRFIII chipset - and both are fast to lock . Does your mate have an athermic windscreen - this is invisible but is an anti-uv screen that blocks satnav signals very well. A lot of French cars have them and quite a few German - that would make any Satnav slow to lock/respond
#14
page from garmin site says it does not have bluetooth...

https://buy.garmin.com/shop/shop.do?cID=134&pID=9122

Am I missing something here...
#15
A much better buy would be the Garmin 610T from Amazon at £150. This DOES have bluetooth along with lifetime traffic receiver and pre loaded safety cameras (which you need to pay to update). I have a 660FM bought last Xmas and all that has extra over the 610T (i think!) is that it has European maps, but that cost me £275. Definitely recommend Garmin. The bluetooth works very well which is a good point in it's favour now that they're cracking down on use of handhelds.
#16
alecb
A much better buy would be the Garmin 610T from Amazon at £150. This DOES have bluetooth along with lifetime traffic receiver and pre loaded safety cameras (which you need to pay to update). I have a 660FM bought last Xmas and all that has extra over the 610T (i think!) is that it has European maps, but that cost me £275. Definitely recommend Garmin. The bluetooth works very well which is a good point in it's favour now that they're cracking down on use of handhelds.


well littlewoods are doing Tomtom XL traffic at 169£ but with 30£ off voucher it comes to around 140£ for new customers I guess.

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